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Nonwovens for Roofing & Construction In Demand
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published April 17, 2013
As construction activity heats up in the U.S., opportunities abound for nonwovens producers that sell into these markets. Read More »
Published February 14, 2011
Products speed installation and save energy costs. Read More »
Published July 1, 2010
Silcart S.r.l., a leading producer of waterproofing materials for the roofing industry, and Underlayments Specialites Plus, a sales and marketing company to independent roofing distributors throughout North America, both recognize Aptra UV8 microporo… Read More »
Published June 7, 2010
Capital will promote and sell Typar Weather Protection System Read More »
Published January 25, 2010
New roofing underlayment is made from a waterproof, synthetic polymer. Read More »
Propex Fabrics
Published January 1, 2010
Location: Chattanooga, TN Sales: $165 million Description: Key Personnel Stan Brant, president and CEO, Martin deVries, executive vice president and chief financial officer Plants Ringgold, GA Process Needlepunch Major Markets Geosynthetics, flo… Read More »
Published January 20, 2009
Complete weather system on display at builders' show. Read More »
Strong & Steady
By Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor
Published April 12, 2007
roofing and construction markets see solid growth and promise potential for future expansion Read More »
Published September 7, 2006
Johns Manville Denver, CO www.jm.com $530 million Key Personnel Dion Persson, senior vice president, engineered products group; Fred Stephan, vice president for high performance nonwovens; Zain Mahmood, vice president for construction materials an… Read More »
Construction Market Report
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 26, 2014
Nonwovens manufacturers continue to build their businesses with construction. Read More »